Therapy for Anxiety
Anxiety is a normal and adaptive emotion we all experience from time to time. However, persistent generalized worry should not be written off as part of a healthy human experience. Problematic anxiety can affect your work and school performance, prevent you from connecting with loved ones, have you imagining all the awful “what-if” scenarios, and leave you second-guessing yourself. Anxiety can also make you irritable, disrupt your sleep, and can even take a toll on your body over time. Physical symptoms, such as a racing heart, sweaty palms, or tightness in the chest are common. At its worst, some people experience debilitating panic attacks.
If you’ve been struggling with anxiety, the good news is that it can be treated with evidence-based therapies. Imagine going to that social event, your job, or school, and not being consumed with fear, apprehension, or dread. So, what if you could be comfortable in your own skin? I’d argue that’s one “what if” scenario worth exploring.
If you’d like help understanding and managing your anxiety, give me a call today so we can discuss how Therapy for Anxiety could help you.